Workplace Drug Testing

We come to you!

Relevant provide a 24/7 callout and advice service should a safety incident or suspected drug or alcohol misuse occur in your workplace. 

Regular random drug and alcohol testing is an essential deterrent to the misuse of alcohol and other drugs. Independent expert, Professor Macdonald Christie of the Faculty of Medicine at Sydney University, has stated during evidence at industrial relations hearings that to maintain an effective deterrent a minimum average of one to two random tests per worker, per annum is required.

Methods of Drug & Alcohol Testing

Oral Fluid (Saliva) Drug Testing

Detects drug use in hours to days.

Preliminary results onsite in under 15 minutes.

Urine Drug Testing

Detects drug use in days to weeks.

Preliminary results onsite in under 15 minutes.

Alcohol Testing

Detects alcohol consumption in hours to days.

Preliminary results onsite within 5 minutes.

Hair Drug Testing

Detects drug use in weeks to months.

Laboratory reports results.

Synthetic Drug Testing

Detects the use of synthetic drugs.

Preliminary results onsite within 15 minutes.

Surface Drug Testing

Detects drugs on surfaces including company vehicles, bathrooms and lockers.

Preliminary results onsite within 15 minutes.

Types of Alcohol & Other Drugs Testing

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Pre-Employment Testing

Alcohol & Other Drugs Testing conducted before a potential worker joins your organisation.

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Random Testing

Alcohol & Other Drugs Testing on a set number of randomly selected workers.

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Incident Testing

Alcohol & Other Drugs Testing conducted after an incident, accident, potential accident or near miss.

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Cause Testing

Alcohol & Other Drugs Testing when a Manager or Supervisor has concerns about a workers "fitness for work".

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Return To Work Testing

Alcohol & Other Drugs Testing following a positive test result and before a worker returns to duties.

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Self Testing

Alcohol Testing for workers to test themselves before commercing their shift.